Front Illustrated for the German soldier. Hg. From the Red Army. With numerous illustrations, incl. Photomontages. Illustrated double sheets (folded, slightly rubbed). Intricately produced in gravure.
The journal appeared first in July 1941, the last number 97 is from April 1945. Contained numerous caricatures and photomontages, which were mainly designed by Aleksander Zhitomirsky (and strongly remind of Heartfield). It also emphasizes the inevitable decline of the German army and the exemplary treatment of German prisoners of war and the civilian population in the occupied territories by the Red Army.
This is an investment grade original.